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Therapists in Brooklyn

George R Schumacher, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
“To realize my objective of providing services that are both Caring and Comprehensive, I developed expertise in both Neuropsychological Evaluations and Psychotherapy. Neuropsychological Evaluations are individualized to address the specific issues of each person. A child's Learning Disorder not only interferes with learning, but other aspects of a child's life-including self-esteem, and relationships with friends and the family. At any age, the excitability and problems maintaining attention of Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) limit what a person can achieve-both professionally and in their personal life. Evaluations for older adults address problems with memory and organization.
(347) 482-0569
Brooklyn, New York 11217
North Brooklyn Marriage & Family Therapy, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Brooklyn
“Relationships can bring us joy, but when there are communication or conflict resolution problems, that joy has the potential to turn into frustration and disappointment. I specialize in working with individuals and couples to help find that joy again. At its best therapy is collaborative and interactive. By creating a warm, non-judgmental environment you will have the safe space to explore any historical experiences that are limiting you and or your relationship. Through the use of both short-term solution-focused therapy and deeper relational techniques, I guide clients to find the relationships they long for.
(718) 785-9718
Brooklyn, New York 11211
Lisa P Smith, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Our symptoms and discomforting experiences express what has happened to us in the past. In my clinical work, I aspire to help clients tolerate and be present moment to moment, using the body and the felt senses as entry points to habits of thought, feelings, and behaviors that stand as barriers to living an engaged life. All aspects of experience are invited into the therapy room, and working with what arises we seek antidotes and tools to reduce suffering and open up new possibilities. A deep mutuality, collaboration, creativity, and surprise are what I absolutely love about the therapeutic relationship.
(347) 450-9217
Brooklyn, New York 11215
Joey Ackerman, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Psychotherapy is an opportunity to actively engage and work on obstacles that may be inhibiting personal growth and happiness. It is a therapist's job to be actively engaged in this process and to help in a way that is sensitive, constructive, and sensible. I feel that it's important to work on the identification of key issues, but to also find practical ways of moving forward. My approach draws upon various therapeutic techniques and modalities. I work diligently with each individual to ensure that we work with a technique that will be the most productive for the client.
(646) 490-0569
Brooklyn, New York 11201
Stu Ibel, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
“I work with children, adults and families to help them feel better and stronger. People who come to me are often suffering emotionally and behaving in ways that are self-defeating. I help them change how they think, feel and behave through short term problem focused therapy, using effective behavior changing strategies. My approach is supportive, collaborative, active and directive.I am dedicated to helping people improve their lives by achieving emotional and behavioral health. Feel free to email or call me with your questions.
(917) 750-5261
Brooklyn, New York 11232
Randi Schneider, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Change can be difficult! / A veces es dificil hacer cambios/. Making a connection with the right therapist will be a significant and important first step in the therapeutic process. I am a warm, genuine and highly experienced clinician specializing in working with men and women who are confronting issues of substance abuse, depression and relationship conflicts. I have advanced training in couple and family therapy. I also work with individuals in difficult relationships where one partner is not ready or willing to join in the couple therapy process. Clients in Recovery in "the rooms" are encouraged to do therapy with me.
(917) 338-4622
Brooklyn, New York 11219
Alyse LaRue, Counselor  in Brooklyn
“In my experience, I have found the most important part of therapy is the relationship. I focus on creating a safe, warm, and supportive environment for my clients to explore themselves, face the obstacles that life has thrown them, and figure out where to go next. I will help you learn to forgive yourself when you need to and accept life on life's terms. I have experience working with individuals dealing with issues ranging from psychosis, trauma, and addiction to depression, anxiety, and relationship issues.
(347) 547-3426
Brooklyn, New York 11242
Minette Russell-Irace, Psychologist  in Brooklyn
“I know that making the decision to seek a therapist is often a difficult one so I make sure that you have a safe, comforting, and professional place to discuss intimate details of your life with a trained therapist. I don't believe in a one-size-fits-all approach to therapy, rather I see it as collaborative; you and I will work together to help you achieve more peace and happiness in your life.
(347) 706-4114
Brooklyn, New York 11205
Suzy Daren, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Marriage & Family Therapist, MA, LMFT
“I am effective in working with any person who has a sincere desire to change. I use an eclectic approach, integrating contemporary, best-practice strategies of psychotherapy with the timeless wisdom of yoga, Ayurveda and meditation. Yoga Psychotherapy is a collaborative endeavor where clients are expected to take full responsibility for, and participate in, their own healing. I hold a non-pathologizing view and believe that each client is inherently whole and innately moving in that direction
(646) 490-0136
Brooklyn, New York 11249
Keith Edward Carter, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“I have a personal mission to enhance the life and self-sufficiency of individuals and groups in need of support. I provide a creative approach to my therapeutic services in order to promote a healthy mind, body and soul within my clients. I take pride in celebrating the culturally diverse populations in which I service, in hopes of cultivating each persons individual journey towards wholeness.
(718) 710-4144
Brooklyn, New York 11238
Erika Pietrucha, Counselor  in Brooklyn
“In a safe, trusting environment we can explore any difficulties you may be struggling with. We will work on expanding and fostering your strengths. We can examine your thoughts, feelings, and the energy that influence your relationships with others as well as yourself.
(347) 329-5801
Brooklyn, New York 11215
Rachel Dworkin, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Nurturing, strength-based and compassionate, I am an active and directive participant in my clients' work. We together will identify what brings you to treatment, be it depression, anxiety, PTSD, a history of abuse, or simply discomfort. We will articulate where in your life you are struggling- interpersonally, at work, in school, with your family or in your marriage, and develop goals to relieve that distress. It can be challenging to choose to participate in therapy, and I work to create a safe, honest and productive environment so we can engage and address the issues that are challenging you.
(646) 762-7506
Brooklyn, New York 11223
William Astwood, Marriage & Family Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Marriage & Family Therapist, PhD
“I am a Marriage and Family Psychotherapist in private practice in Brooklyn for over thirty years and Director of Family Services at a large, multi-modal, private counseling center in Manhattan. Although continuing to work with individuals, for the last twenty years my continued training and professional focus has been on couples, children, and families as it became increasingly clear that engaging the family group was so much more effective and efficient. This comes not merely from having the additional information, but from being able to mobilize the inherent strength of the family and its' intrinsic, natural movement towards growth.
(718) 569-8761
Brooklyn, New York 11201
Tonya Lester, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“Do you feel anxious, overwhelmed and unable to make decisions? Do you sometimes feel like you are just going through the motions of your life, but not feel really connecting to anything? Therapy can help you connect with your core self, identify your values, and learn to speak your truth, even when it is difficult or inconvenient. This self-knowledge is the key to creating meaningful relationship and engaging in purposeful work. Everyone has difficulties and obstacles, but things don't have to remain stagnant.
(646) 663-4636
Brooklyn, New York 11242
Babok Mental Health Services, Counselor  in Brooklyn
“A need to further understand human being and to obtain further guidance to effectively navigate a world with such disparity in immoral consciousness of human beings that holds selfishness and lack of compassion. Well my embodiment of the collective religions, to have had insight or somehow this journey was written in my genetic make up or possibly the time was ripe for me to be guided towards my spiritual awareness.
(718) 509-9816
Brooklyn, New York 11212
“Dr. Twining is a warm, energetic, creative, nonpathologizing clinical psychologist whose therapy sessions tend to be lively and participatory. She values the ability of her patients to overcome stasis or crisis, and to lead happier, self-directed lives. Her ability to form solid, caring relationships with her patients has led to treatment successes for a wide variety of people whose previous therapies had failed. Her research on effective psychotherapy has been published in the top peer-reviewed journal in psychology and presented at international conferences.
(718) 305-1402
Brooklyn, New York 11238
“I work with people who suffer from a wide range of difficulties, from the every day to the more challenging obstacles. I utilize a range of therapeutic interventions, including my medical training as a physician, talk therapy, yogic breathing, meditation, and nutrition/herbs. Together we can create greater balance and wholeness in you and in your life.
(917) 746-7030
Brooklyn, New York 11217
Sarah Kahan Brooklyn Therapist, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
“I am a licensed clinical social worker with a specialty in helping individuals, couples and families with all kinds of relationship problems. Parents of teens and teens themselves come to see me in order to improve their relationship with each other and to reduce the tension between themselves. I work with couples to help them communicate better and bring passion and intimacy back in their lives. I also specialize in treating symptoms of anxiety and stress.
(347) 696-4674
Brooklyn, New York 11210
Jennifer Barros, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, LCSW
“We all reach points in our lives when we wonder if things could be different. I believe we are each an expert in our own life, and sometimes find ourselves stuck in undesirable patterns. I bring an expertise in how to become unstuck. I tend to focus on the present and partner with my clients to meet their goals. I believe a successful therapeutic relationship involves trust, curiosity and an openness to examine and try new approaches to life.
(646) 663-5323
Brooklyn, New York 11238
Keeley Teemsma, Clinical Social Work/Therapist  in Brooklyn
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Clinical Social Work/Therapist, MA, MSW, LCSW
“Welcome! I congratulate you on your decision to seek counseling, psychotherapy, and self-reflection! Though this decision may not have been easy, I hope to help simplify this endeavor for you. Please contact me to schedule a free consultation. I am happy to share more about my background & clinical style so that you can decide for yourself if we would be a good fit to work together. I have an open and honest approach and will tell you if I may not be the best clinician to help you, in addition to helping you to find a clinician who is.
(516) 246-2274
Brooklyn, New York 11209
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